2020-21 Men's Soccer Players of the Week

2020-21 Men's Soccer Players of the Week

Players of the week are evaluated on their performance during the week prior to the announcement. Each player is selected out of a pool of conference and Association of Independent Institution's award winners.

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Week 16 (April 13, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Inaki Aldao, Bellevue (Neb.)

Aldao helped the Bruins win the Association of Independent Institutions conference championship last weekend. He scored both goals in semifinals win against Viterbo including game-winner in OT. 

Offensive Nominees: Marcos Fernandez, Lyon (Ark.) ; Brennan Murphy, Warner Pacific (Ore.) ; Daniel Reinoso, St. Ambrose (Iowa) ; Rodrigo Riveros, Cumberlands (Ky.) ; Trevor Lenke, Indiana East (Ind.) ; Mason Gonzalez, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Guilherme Franca, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Nate Kaercher, Cornerstone (Mich.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Logan Johns, Cornerstone (Mich.)

Johns took the role of keeper for the first time in his career vs. No. 8 University of Northwestern Ohio due to quarantine and injury issues with the keepers. He recorded a nine save shutout to help CU win their first ever game vs. an NAIA Top 10 Team. 

Defensive Nominees: Alejandro Perez, Williams Baptist (Ark.) ; Adam Dempsey, LC (Ill.) ; Milo Downey, Rocky Mountain (Mont.) ; Norberto Lima Vieira, Bethel (Tenn.) ; Marco Monteiro, Point Park (Pa.) ; Sven van den Oever, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Aaron Fraire, Dalton State (Ga.)

 


Week 15 (April 6, 2021) 

Offensive Player of the Week: Bakary Bagayoko, Cumberland (Tenn.)

After a great performance last week, Bagayoko now leads the Mid-South Conference with 15 goals on the season despite playing less games than every other team in the conference.

Offensive Nominees: Leo Galdino, Lyon (Ark.) ; Charlie Betts, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Jamie Guiterrez Velasco, Simpson (Calif.) ; Luis Germano, Judson (Ill.) ; Ethan Boone, Rocky Mountain (Mont.) ; Mauricio Ochoa, Ottawa (Ariz.) ; Alfredo Rivera, Georgia Gwinnett ; Diego Santibanez, McPherson (Kan.) ; Daniel Torrenegra, LSU Alexandria (La.) ; Gustavo Ferrari, Indiana East (Ind.) ; Cesar Ramirez, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Alejo Binaghi, Mobile (Ala.) ; Dmitar Stankovic, Rochester (Mich.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Jared Ireland, Aquinas (Mich.)

Jared Ireland made his first performance on the field since August 30, 2019 due to injury and helped the team record a pair of victories.

Defensive Nominees: Guillermo Fernandez, William Woods (Mo.) ; Andre Levarity, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Tyler Garner, Benedictine Mesa (Ariz.) ; Michael Pfaff, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) ; Melle De Reuver, Carroll (Mont.) ; Angel Ramirez, Ottawa (Ariz.) ; Colby Swift, McPherson (Kan.) ; Henrique Cavalini, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) ; Alvaro Garcia, LSU Alexandria (La.) ; Rodrigo Basso, Rio Grande (Ohio) ; Dejue Johnson, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Cristobal Romero, Faulkner (Ala.)


Week 14 (March 30, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Alioune Diop, Bethel (Tenn.)

Alioune Diop had a sensational week with five goals in two games, including four versus Georgetown. 

Offensive Nominees: Brandon Burton, Missouri Baptist ; Carlos Hernandez, Montreat (N.C.) ; Kevin Capetillo, UC Merced ; Salvador Nunez, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) ; Sky Swenson, Rocky Mountain (Mont.) ; Kebba Jobe, Ottawa (Ariz.) ; Francis Watson, Southwestern (Kan.) ; Inaki Aldao, Bellevue (Neb.) ; Winner Assi, Houston-Victoria (Texas) ; Ian Fierro, Oakland City (Ind.) ; Ljubisa Palic, Oklahoma City ; Pablo Varela Vasquez Fraga, William Carey (Miss.) ; Gustavo Barros, Siena Heights (Mich.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Luis Ramirez, Governors State (Ill.)

  Ramirez recorded back-to-back shutouts for the first-place Jaguars. He also stopped a penalty kick against Saint Xavier and set a school record for shutouts in a season.

Defensive Nominees: Reece Kral, Missouri Baptist ; Juan De Los Rios, Montreat (N.C.) ; Ricky Rosas, UC Merced ; Hunter Vancleave, Warner Pacific (Ore.) ; Mans Ingvarson, Westmont (Calif.) ; Joel Chavez, Sterling (Kan.) ; Nathan Hart, Cumberlands (Ky.) ; Ayrton Redmore, LSU Shreveport (La.) ; Lucas Rivera, WVU Tech ; Jackson Kim, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) ; Buenyamin Yusufoglu, William Carey (Miss.) ; Antonio Strassioto, Aquinas (Mich.)

 


Week 13 (March 23, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Sam Kelly, Faulkner (Ala.)

Senior forward scored the overtime golden goal against Middle Georgia State Thursday night to give Faulkner its first conference win since Oct. 20, 2018 before notching the hat trick Saturday and assisting on the other two goals in a 5-0 win over Brewton-Parker. 

Offensive Nominees: Louie Perez, Missouri Baptist ; Charlie Betts, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Joel Sterling, Simpson (Calif.) ; Arturo Bahena, Warner Pacific (Ore.) ; Max Jasper, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) ; John Mejia, Hope International (Calif.) ; Toni Tiente, Georgia Gwinnett ; Francis Watson, Southwestern (Kan.) ; Bakary Bagayoko, Cumberland (Tenn.) ; Adrian Rodriguez, Houston-Victoria (Texas) ; Gustavo Ferrari, Indiana East (Ind.) ; Leonardo Amaral, Wayland Baptist (Texas) ; Nate Kaercher, Cornerstone (Mich.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Adam Persson, Martin Methodist (Tenn.)

Persson had a great week with 15 saves for Martin Methodist (Tenn.). Including an outstanding performance against No. 8 Lindsey Wilson, will 11 saves (3 during the overtime period).

Defensive Nominees: Wessel Berenschot, Missouri Baptist ; Elies Sebbouh, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Javier Lopez, La Sierra (Calif.) ; Alexis Calderilla-hurtado, Warner Pacific (Ore.) ; Mike Gianotta, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) ; Mans Ingvarson, Westmont (Calif.) ; Eric Carter, Friends (Kan.) ; Patrick Pye, Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) ; Alex Izaga, Indiana East (Ind.) ; Endri Copa, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Nic Fischer, Faulkner (Ala.) ; Ali Chokr, Lourdes (Ohio)


Week 12 (March 16, 2021) 

Offensive Player of the Week: Santiago Morazzani, Carroll (Mont.)

Santiago Morazzani had eight goals on the week including four of the five goals in the Carroll victory over Multnomah. 

Offensive Nominees: Erik Rajoy, Columbia (Mo.) ; Wynand Wessels, Tennessee Wesleyan ; Andres Lua, UC Merced ; Salvador Nunez, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) ; Josh Freeman, William Jessup (Calif.) ; Kevin De Lange, Shawnee State (Ohio) ; Marten Weinitschke, LSU Shreveport (La.) ; Gustavo Ferrari, Indiana East (Ind.) ; Oscar Carballo, John Brown (Ark.) ; Juan Ruiz Cabello, William Carey (Miss.) ; Noe Garcia, Indiana Tech

Defensive Player of the Week: Jens Keemers, John Brown (Ark.)

Keemers had an amazing week for John Brown (Ark.) totaling 20 saves between two games. 

Defensive Nominees: Alec Johnson, UHSP St. Louis (Mo.) ; Pedro DeMoraes, Tennessee Wesleyan ; Victor Sanchez, Park Gilbert (AZ) ; Justin Keegan, Corban (Ore.) ; Jonathan Waldenstroem, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) ; Robert Sams, William Jessup (Calif.) ; Matija Gligorovic, Georgia Gwinnett ; Jasper Mcleod, Friends (Kan.) ; Aleksandar Mirkovic, Cumberlands (Ky.) ; Connagh Wilks, Houston-Victoria (Texas) ; Ruben Burgos, Brescia (Ky.) ; Archie Bean, Mobile (Ala.) ; Mark McMillan, University of Northwestern Ohio


Week 11 (March 9, 2021) 

Offensive Player of the Week: Jake Totty, Columbia (Mo.)

Totty had a week for the record books! Scoring the game-winning goal over No. 17 NCAA DI Saint Louis University, making Sportscenter top 10 and now earning NAIA Men's Soccer Player of the Week honors! 

Offensive Nominees: Inaki Moreno, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Joe Byron, Providence Christian (Calif.) ; Salvador Nunez, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) ; German Lopez, Arizona Christian ; Juan Zamora, Friends (Kan.) ; Sergio Infantes Castell, Cumberlands (Ky.) ; Inaki Aldao, Bellevue (Neb.) ; Julius Williams, LSU Shreveport (La.) ; Victor Arias, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) ; Justin Riescher, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Lucas Jacobs, Keiser (Fla.) ; Maxwell Amoako, Indiana Tech

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.)

Five saves and a shutout win over No. 17 NCAA DI Saint Louis University. 

Defensive Nominees: Marius Grytdal, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Tyler Garner, Benedictine Mesa (Ariz.) ; Luis Ramirez, Governors State (Ill.) ; Benjamin Premenko, Life Pacific (Calif.) ; Eric Carter, Friends (Kan.) ; Jeremi Campagnolo, Campbellsville (Ky.) ; Louis Owens, LSU Shreveport (La.) ; Kyle Augustine, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) ; Thiago Kittelmann, Middle Georgia State ; Antonio Strassioto, Aquinas (Mich.)

 


Week 10 (March 2, 2021) 

Offensive Player of the Week: Noe Favila, Corban (Ore.)

Noe Favila made a strong impression in his first two games for the No. 20-ranked Corban University men's soccer team notching the hat trick. 

Offensive Nominees: Anthony Medina, Harris-Stowe State (Mo.) ; Nicklaus Sullivan, Park Gilbert (AZ) ; Morgan McKenzie, St. Francis (Ill.) ; Samuel George, Ottawa (Ariz.) ; Karim Tmimi, Georgia Gwinnett ; Ramon Lopez, Sterling (Kan.) ; Bart Kooistra, Life (Ga.) ; Julius Williams, LSU Shreveport (La.) ; Rodrigo Albuquerque, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Juan Ruiz Cabello, William Carey (Miss.) ; Steffano Riley, Aquinas (Mich.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Akililu Zambataro, Cumberlands (Ky.)

Aki Zamabataro recorded two shutouts highlighted by blanking No. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) who previously averaged three goals per game. 

Defensive Nominees: Nico Tossici, Missouri Baptist ; Dario Macias, Park Gilbert (AZ) ; Carlos Llamosa, Corban (Ore.) ; Brandon Gorka, Judson (Ill.) ; Nick Goehler, San Diego Christian (Calif.) ; Jesus Herrera Rivera, Friends (Kan.) ; James Averies, LSU Shreveport (La.) ; Santiago Esparza, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) ; Buenyamin Yusufoglu, William Carey (Miss.) ; Edwin Rosado, Indiana Tech


 

Week 9 (February 23, 2021) 

Offensive Player of the Week: John Sarna, Oregon Tech

Sophomore, John Sarna had all three first half goals as Tech beat Simpson 4-3 in overtime.

Offensive Nominees: Joao Quinonez, William Woods (Mo.) ; Diego Alvarez, Simpson (Calif.) ; Andrew Robles, Vanguard (Calif.) ; Cyrus Harmon, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) ; Lennox Dixon, Middle Georgia State ; Dawson Johnson, Warner (Fla.) ; Brett Kuhlman, Concordia (Mich.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Jeremi Campagnolo, Campbellsville (Ky.)

Campagnolo recorded his second individual shutout of the season and fourth overall with six saves in CU's MSC-opening win on Saturday against University of the Cumberlands.

Defensive Nominees: Zachary Baliva, William Woods (Mo.) ; Rodolfo Prado, UC Merced ; Leon Bormann, Northwest (Wash.) ; Alex Penaloza, Vanguard (Calif.) ; Gianmaria Fiore, Georgia Gwinnett ; Buenyamin Yusufoglu, William Carey (Miss.) ; Woodlerson Cyrius, Warner (Fla.) ; Jeremy Collins, Madonna (Mich.)

 


Week 8 (November 10, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: Okan Golge, Morningside (Iowa)

Okan Golge had a great weekend for Morningside (Iowa) posted six goals and an assist (good for 13 points) and tied a Morningside single-game match record for goals scored (four).

Offensive Nominees: Jeronimo Leguizamon, Point (Ga.) ; Ulisses Miranda, Grace (Ind.) ; Jordan Alonge, Baker (Kan.) ; Marcos Gomes, Friends (Kan.) ; Reece Ashurst, Martin Methodist (Tenn.) ; Antonio Coutinho, Waldorf (Iowa) ; Lorenzo Diaz, Point Park (Pa.) ; Marco Magnoli, Wayland Baptist (Texas) ; Justin Riescher, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Adrian Camacho Castro, Keiser (Fla.) ; Noe Garcia, Indiana Tech

Defensive Player of the Week: Montel McKenzie, Tennessee Wesleyan

The left back for the undefeated Bulldogs helped the team hold a Montreat team averaging 12.75 shots per game to no shots at all.

Defensive Nominees: Joe Bowles, Grace (Ind.) ; Ezekiel Foltz, Northwestern (Iowa) ; Tom Irion, Central Methodist (Mo.) ; Jasper Mcleod, Friends (Kan.) ; Akililu Zambataro, Cumberlands (Ky.) ; Ruben Burgos, Brescia (Ky.) ; Gonzalo Santa, Wayland Baptist (Texas) ; Aaron Fraire, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Kevin Gonzalez, Warner (Fla.) ; Jaume Salvado, Indiana Tech


Week 7 (November 3, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: Sebastian Borquez, Rio Grande (Ohio)

Sebastian Borquez tied the school's single-game record for goals with five goals in win over Carlow (Pa.)

Offensive Nominees: Jack Carney, Missouri Baptist ; Rafael Pais, Reinhardt (Ga.) ; Sebastian Gonzalez, Marian (Ind.) ; Sebastian Justiniano, Briar Cliff (Iowa) ; Yu Sasaki, Mount Mercy (Iowa) ; Stefan Cvetanovic, Oklahoma Wesleyan ; Adrian Camacho Castro, Keiser (Fla.) ; Kean Lam, Lawrence Tech (Mich.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Wessel Berenschot, Missouri Baptist

Wessel Berenschot has had three consecutive shutouts and totaled eight saves on the week.

Defensive Nominees: Jesus Ramos, Montreat (N.C.) ; Brendan Weiger, Marian (Ind.) ; Adam De Boer, Northwestern (Iowa) ; Rafael Martins, William Penn (Iowa) ; Jesus Rondon, Tabor (Kan.) ; Benian Yao, Viterbo (Wis.) ; Jacques D'monte, WVU Tech ; Jonathan Wojciki, Southeastern (Fla.) ; Alan Mendoza, Cornerstone (Mich.)


Week 6 (October 27, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: Matheus Santiago, Bethel (Ind.)

Matheus Santiago scored the first goal within the opening minutes and the game winning goal in second half in road win at Huntington (Ind.). He also scored one goal in win over Taylor (Ind.)

Offensive Nominees: Stefano Silva, Williams Baptist (Ark.) ; Billy Boag, Tennessee Wesleyan ; Mario Bueso, Midland (Neb.) ; Abraham De Anda, Graceland (Iowa) ; Juan Zamora, Friends (Kan.) ; Inaki Aldao, Bellevue (Neb.) ; Fletcher Caponecchia, WVU Tech ; Hector Romero, Wayland Baptist (Texas) ; Luca Malvicini, Keiser (Fla.) ; Kean Lam, Lawrence Tech (Mich.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Carlos Curado, Southeastern (Fla.)

Curado turned in his second shutout of the season with a 97-minute clean sheet in the 1-0 overtime victory over Warner on the road.

Defensive Nominees: Richie Taylor, Missouri Baptist ; Arthur Hugon, Reinhardt (Ga.) ; Arnaud Fady, Bethel (Ind.) ; Will Pointon, Hastings (Neb.) ; Marcos German, Central Methodist (Mo.) ; Rafael Alcolea, Sterling (Kan.) ; Ethan Mayo, Asbury (Ky.) ; Bram Dekker, Science & Arts (Okla.) ; Brendon Long, Lourdes (Ohio)


Week 5 (October 20, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: Toby Millward, Bellevue (Neb.)

Senior, Toby Millward has scored or assisted on each of the team’s last seven goals. With three assists on Sunday he pulled into a tie for first in career assists (25) and became just the second player in program history to record 25 goals and 25 assists.

Offensive Nominees: Aaron Whitten, Reinhardt (Ga.) ; Cole Russell, Spring Arbor (Mich.) ; Mario Bueso, Midland (Neb.) ; Christian Sanchez Ortiz, Central Methodist (Mo.) ; Juan Zamora, Friends (Kan.) ; Mitchell Roell, Point Park (Pa.) ; Conner Contreras, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) ; Isaiah Lamont, Brewton-Parker (Ga.) ; Grayson Wilkes, Southeastern (Fla.) ; Juan Jaramillo, Lawrence Tech (Mich.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Ryan Webb, Concordia (Mich.)

Ryan Webb recorded his second shutout of the season recording seven saves including a few crucial ones in last couple minutes of game.

Defensive Nominees: Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.) ; Dave Neijenhuis, Tennessee Wesleyan ; Joshua Dunn, Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) ; Francisco Arevalo, Hastings (Neb.) ; Tom Irion, Central Methodist (Mo.) ; Kobina Coker, Southwestern (Kan.) ; Benian Yao, Viterbo (Wis.) ; Silas Machado, Rio Grande (Ohio) ; Lewis Richmond, Wayland Baptist (Texas) ; Jordan De Souza Barclay, Brewton-Parker (Ga.) ; Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.)


Week 4 (October 13, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: Stefan Cvetanovic, Oklahoma Wesleyan

Scored 11 goals in one game to break NAIA record for most goals in a single game. Previous record 10 goals in a game, in 1965 by Mike Villa, Quincy (Ill.).

Offensive Nominees: Benjamin Contreras, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) ; Jacob Hancock, St. Andrews (N.C.) ; Zack Hargreaves, Indiana Wesleyan ; Okan Golge, Morningside (Iowa) ; Mathieu Ecourtemer, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) ; Toby Millward, Bellevue (Neb.) ; Sebastian Borquez, Rio Grande (Ohio) ; Hugo Medrano, Science & Arts (Okla.) ; Lucas Jacobs, Keiser (Fla.) ; Roberto Razo, Cornerstone (Mich.)

 Defensive Player of the Week: Andrea Dorella, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)

Recorded 12 saves on the week including 10 in victory over Grand View (Iowa).

Defensive Nominees: Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.) ; Kuda Nhiwatiwa, Tennessee Wesleyan ; Christopher Banfi, Spring Arbor (Mich.) ; Iker Casanova, Concordia (Neb.) ; Joel Chavez, Sterling (Kan.) ; Ruben Burgos, Brescia (Ky.) ; Juan Cediel, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Michael Marx, St. Thomas (Fla.) ; Juame Salvado, Indiana Tech


Week 3 (October 6, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: David Negrin Ruiz, Webber International (Fla.)

Negrin Ruiz scored four goals on the week after netting his first career hat trick.

Offensive Nominees: Mason McQueen, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) ; Victor Castel, Milligan (Tenn.) ; Cole Russell, Spring Arbor (Mich.) ; Marcus Horwood, Briar Cliff (Iowa) ; Luka Gluscevic, Missouri Valley ; Artin Almary, Kansas Wesleyan ; Kevin De Lange, Shawnee State (Ohio) ; Erik Hernandez, Viterbo (Wis.) ; Ewan McLauchlan, Rio Grande (Ohio) ; Hector Romero, Wayland Baptist (Texas) ; Justin Riescher, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Kean Lam, Lawrence Tech (Mich.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Christopher Banfi, Spring Arbor (Mich.)

Recorded two shutouts this week and made a total of 6 saves in two games.

Defensive Nominees: Martin Gutierrez, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) ; Dave Neijenhuis, Tennessee Wesleyan ; Iker Casanova, Concordia (Neb.) ; Dusan Milosevic, Missouri Valley ; Joshua Eibl, Southwestern (Kan.) ; Bas Markus, Shawnee State (Ohio) ; Trey Miller, Asbury (Ky.) ; Simon Wieschemann, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Jordan De Souza Barclay, Brewton-Parker (Ga.) ; Jonathan Wojciki, Southeastern (Fla.) ; Robert Pereznegron, Lourdes (Ohio)


Week 2 (September 29, 2020)

Offensive Player of the Week: Moises Jacobo, Concordia (Neb.)

Moises Jacobo recorded the first hat trick of his career as part of a 4-1 win at Dordt last week.

Offensive Nominees: Akins Banton, Columbia (Mo.) ; Lorenzo Delvecchio, Point (Ga.) ; Matheus Santiago, Bethel (Ind.) ; Pedelson Finda, Graceland (Iowa) ; Mason Thompson, Lincoln Christian (Ill.) ; Juan Zamora, Friends (Kan.) ; Kevin de Lange, Shawnee State (Ohio) ; Mitchell Roell, Point Park (Pa.) ; Rodrigo Albuquerque, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Justin Riescher, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Adrian Camacho Castro, Keiser (Fla.) ; Brendon Long, Lourdes (Ohio)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Arnaud Fady, Bethel (Ind.)

Fady recorded two wins last week, turning away 10 shots in goal, including saves on two penalty kicks.

Defensive Nominees: Armen Grigorian, St. Louis Pharmacy (Mo.) ; Wyatt Fair, Montreat (N.C.) ; Federico Andrea Simonetti, Concordia (Neb.) ; Isaac Jenkins, Benedictine (Kan.) ; Joel Chavez, Sterling (Kan.) ; Bas Markus, Shawnee State (Ohio) ; Guillermo Crespo, WVU Tech ; Simon Wieschemann, Mid-America Christian (Okla.) ; Aaron Fraire, Dalton State (Ga.) ; Felipe Godoy, Keiser (Fla.) ; Ali Chokr, Lourdes (Ohio)


Week 1 (September 21, 2020)

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Hector Romero, Wayland Baptist (Texas)

In season-opener, Romero scored five goals in a span of 30 minutes breaking two school records. 

Offensive Nominees: Brandon Burton, Missouri Baptist ; Victor Castel, Milligan College (Tenn.) ; Jose Barquin, Bethel (Ind.) ; Moises Jacobo, Concordia (Neb.) ; Mark Csongradi, Central Methodist (Mo.) ; Malvin Mupondi, Southwestern (Kan.) ; Gustav Oskarsson, Campbellsville (Ky.) ; Inaki Aldao, Bellevue (Neb.) ; Javier Morejon, Brescia (Ky.) ; Malik Wilkes, Brewton-Parker (Ga.) ; Adrian Camacho Castro, Keiser (Fla.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Bruno Soria, Park (Mo.)

Park University sophomore defender Bruno Soria helped lead the Pirates to its first 2-0 start since 2015.

Defensive Nominees: Nico Tossici, Missouri Baptist ; Jan Kuepper, Milligan College (Tenn.) ; Joshua Orecchio, Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) ; Leandro Faria, Briar Cliff (Iowa) ; Joshua Eibl, Southwestern (Kan.) ; Jeremi Campagnolo, Campbellsville (Ky.) ; Christopher Cory, Brescia (Ky.) ; Jose Manuel Mejia, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) ; Anton Richard, Florida College ; Felipe Godoy, Keiser (Fla.)


 

 

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